yunben posted: I checked their US version customer agreement. It seems they dare not take a penny from its clients pocket (say, realized profit/loss). but in UK version, they have a lot of terms that allow them to adjust trades after the market. They forbid scalping or price latency which never appears in US version. This all because they trade against you. You win means they lose.
Stay away from Forex.com
I found forex.com have different terms in customer agreements in their UK/US version. According to their UK agreement, they can do anything to your account in their discretion. I have to say, they very very likely do this deliberately to its retail clients . They can easily delete your profit by their UK agreements. but they can't change customers realized profits/losses in US agreement.
I'm glad you looked into this. I'm with Forex.com USA. I have never had a problem, but my account is small.
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